EHDC latest news

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The latest news section of the website provides an archive of all our press releases. Each item is appropriately time stamped and correct at the time of being published.

Walking in Woolmer and workouts at home with Spring into Health

28 Sep 2022
Get active outside and indoors in Whitehill & Bordon as part of next week’s Spring into Health activities. Activities will include a walk in Woolmer Forest on Sunday 24 April and a wide range of Zoom-based activities for people at home. Join a talk on taking control of your mental health on...

Don’t get ‘cross’ – there are no elections this year

28 Sep 2022
You may have seen or heard a lot of news in the press or on social media about registering to vote, and elections and wondering why East Hampshire District Council isn’t talking about it too – that’s because there are no elections in the district this year. Why? Because East Hampshire District...

Charities chosen for Whitehill & Bordon’s walk for peace

21 Apr 2022
Seventeen local charities will take part in next month’s Charity Walk for Peace in Whitehill & Bordon. The walk, to take place around Hogmoor Inclosure and parts of the town, is a family-friendly event aimed at strengthening community ties and raising money for good causes. Residents are...

Loads to do for 11–16-year-olds in Whitehill & Bordon this week

28 Sep 2022
If you’re looking for something for your young people to do this week, Club 94 in Budds Lane is the place to be as part of the 2022 Spring into Health festival. Activities include roller skating, graffiti, music, pottery, rounders, archery and more and are being run by Sport4Kids. A four-hour...

Free wellbeing support for East Hampshire businesses

28 Sep 2022
Launch event on 5 May The coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic effect on the mental wellbeing of business owners and their staff, up and down the country. Following feedback from local businesses, East Hampshire District Council is working with Havant & East Hants Mind (Mind) to support...

New offices could help council hit green targets

19 Apr 2022
East Hampshire District Council is looking to make its new premises an exemplar green building as part of its move from Penns Place. The council plans to move from its long-held Petersfield base this year and transfer its operations to a new site nearer the centre of town. The offices at...

Get your group a grant – EHDC launches funds for community projects

13 Apr 2022
East Hampshire District Council has opened two ways to get funding to local groups and charities this April. More than £1 million has been set aside to support projects and organisations that will benefit communities up and down the district. There are two main funding schemes: The...

Community lottery celebrates second anniversary

12 Apr 2022
East Hampshire District Council’s Community Lottery is celebrating two years of supporting and fundraising for local groups in the district with its second anniversary this month. The lottery was launched by East Hampshire District Council in April 2020 as way of raising money for good causes and...

Knowledge is power for community groups that Meet the Funders

28 Sep 2022
Groups and charities from around East Hampshire got the information they need to make the most of funding opportunities at a special event run by East Hampshire District Council. Meet the Funders, held on 30 March, saw almost 90 representatives of charities, clubs, societies and other community...

Bin collections to take place as normal over the Easter holidays

28 Sep 2022
Recycling and rubbish collections will not be affected by the Easter Bank Holiday with collections on both Good Friday and Easter Monday as normal. Garden waste collections will also continue as normal on both Friday 15 and Monday 18 April. Residents are being reminded that they should put their...

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